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The world's first properly organised athletic meeting was held in England in 1866. New Zealand was not far behind, our first championships being held in 1888.

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Dates covered: 1907 - 2002     

The Playcentre Federation of New Zealand, an internationally recognised early childhood organisation unique to New Zealand, was formed in 1948 with a philosophy of the importance of child initiated pl

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Dates covered: 1960 - 1979      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

The Canterbury Association was set up by John Robert Godley and Edward Gibbon Wakefield in 1848 to plan a Church of England colony in New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1853     

Two shortlived committees for returned soldiers were established in Dunedin during World War I.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 2007     

The Electrical Association was set up in Dunedin in 1960 after the visit of Viscountess Kilmuir, national president of the British Electrical Association.

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Dates covered: 1960 - 1960     

The Home Economics Teachers Association of New Zealand Inc. was established in the mid 1980s. The name later changed to the Home Economics and Technology Teachers Association of New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1978 - 2004     

This collection consists of competed application forms to join the Howick Business Association.

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Dates covered: 1978 - 1981      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

The Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) was formerly known as the New Zealand Library and Information Association.

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Dates covered: 1981 - 2004     

The Association was known as the North East Harbour Ratepayers & Householders Association until c.1980 when it became the Macandrew Bay Residents' Asssociation.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1997     

Minute Book for meetings held by members of the Sturges Park Carnival Committe. Chairman Mr F.W. Grey.

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1932     

Biography: The Otago Farmers' Co-Operative Association of New Zealand Ltd, was incorporated in February, 1895.

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Dates covered: 1923 - 1961      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Booklet covering the history of the Otathuhu and Ex Services Bowling Club (Inc.). Includes history of club and the Returned Servicemens’ Association (RSA).

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1981      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

The Otahuhu Bowling Club was established on the 6th of October 1906 and held their opening day on the 17th of November 1906, the President was Mr Alfred Sturges.

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1989      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

Minute book for the Otahuhu Centennial Committee meetings containing correspondence and minutes taken during meetings from 1948 to 1950.

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Dates covered: 1948 - 1950     

The sport of cricket flourished in Otahuhu in the latter part of the nineteenth century. A cricket club was formed at Otahuhu on the 7th of January 1863.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1952      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

The Otahuhu Returned Soldiers’ Club was founded in 1925 with the Reverend C.B. Seaton elected as President.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 2002      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

Booklet produced on behalf of the businesses in Otahuhu. Lists local businesses, medical practitioners, Justice of the Peace, and bus timetables.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1948      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

This collection contains minutes, annual reports, correspondence, photographs and films.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1993     

The name changed from New Zealand Swimming Association, Otago Centre to Swim Otago in October 1995. Scope and contents: The collection includes minutes (1923-2004) and annual reports (1972-2005)

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Dates covered: 1926 - 2005     

George Malcolm Thomson was born in Calcutta, educated at Edinburgh High School and University, and after some business experience in London arrived in New Zealand in 1868.

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Dates covered: 1805 - 1933     
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